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J.P. on Jammu and Kashmir

Balraj Puri

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ISBN 10: 8121208599 / ISBN 13: 9788121208598
Published by Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2005
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Jammu And Kashmiran commented-through his speeches, statement and writings on Jammu and Kashmir state-more than any other Indian leader. As conscience keeper of India with an independent mind and moral courage, he expressed his Views on the developments in the state from pre-independence days to the latest days of his life. He was admired as well as condemned by the people and Leaders of the Country but never ignored. He was the profoundest influence on the Kashmiri mind, after Gandhi and Nehru and played a major role in reconciliation of Sheikh Abdullah and the people of Kashmir, after decades of estrangement, with the rest of India. The book is a collection of whatever he said or wrote on the crucial state, from all possible sources - archives, newspapers, personal records. It throws light on how national interest and moral principles can be reconciled and how his personality affected the national Policies and Events in the state. Contents: Preface Introductory I. AUTHOR`S ASSESSMENT OF IMPACT OF JP ON KASHMIR/J.P. s Role in Kashmir II. JP`S ROLE IN J&K BEFORE INDEPENDENCE/Jayprakash Narayan in Jammu : 1. Letter to JP from Jammu Congress 2. Communalists and Princes Allies of British 3. Kachru Writes to JP to Withdraw in Favour of Abdullah for Presidentship to AISPC III. JP`S Policy ON Kashmir (1947-1953) : 1. Non-interference in Kashmir under Abdullah Government 2. JP Objetcts to Abdullah`s Campaign for Congress Press Statement 3. Express Telegramme to Abdullah IV. KASHMIR`S FIRST EMOTIONAL RUPTURE WITH THE REST OF India (1953) : 1. JP Accuses Kashmir Government of Criminal Negligence for Mukerjee`s Death 2. Nehru`s Letter to JP on Mukerjee`s Death 3. JP on Abdullah`s Arrest 4. Abdullah Should be Tried or Set Free : JP 5. Nethu`s Letter to JP on Situation in Kashmir 6. Letter from Mridula to JP V. THEFT OF Holy RELIC IN KASHMIR : 1. Disappearance of Holy Relic in Kashmir 2. Letter to JP on Relic Agitation in Kashmir 3. JP on Theft of Sacred Relic VI. ABDULLAH`S RELEASE (1964) : 1. Abdullah`s Letter to JP 2. The Need to Rethink : JP VII. POST-NEHRU KASHMIR POLICY : 1. Shastri`s Letter to JP 2. Accord on Kashmir, JP : Situation Favourable 3. JP`s Letter to Syed Ayyub 4. JP`s Letter to Tyabji 5. Constitutional Integration Without Emotional Integration Meaningless : JP VIII. INDO-PAK Relations : 1. Indo-Pak Conciliation Group 2. JP`s Letter to Pakistan High Commissioner 3. JP`s Ayub Hold Frank Talks on Indo-Pak Ties 4. JP`s Real Possibility of Indo-Pak Amity, work on `New Ideas` to be Continued on Return 5. JP Pleads for Negotiated Settlement on Kashmir 6. `JP Visit has not Changed Pak Stand` 7. JP`s Letter to J.J. Singh 8. I.B. Minister Seeks Clarification of JP`s Statement 9. JP`s Clarification 10. Khushwant Singh`s Letter to JP 11. J.J. Singh`s Letter to JP 12. JP on Question of Minorities and Kashmir IX. DEBATE ON JP`S Views ON KASHMIR : 1. Puri-Noorani Discussion on JP 2. The Challenge of Jayaprakash Narayan/Balraj Puri 3. In Defence of Jayaprakash/A.G. Noorani 4. Who is Right on Kashmir ?/Balraj Puri 5. The Kashmir Dispute/A.G. Noorani 6. Kashmir, Abdullah and JP/Balraj Puri 7. From Many Angles 8. Kashmir Obsessions/A.G. Noorani 9. Abdullah`s Drift from his Ideals/Balraj Puri 10. Postscript to the Debate on Kashmir/Balraj Puri X. RE-ARREST OF ABDULLAH : 1. Letter from Kashmiri Students to JP 2. JP`s Letter to J.J. Singh on Sino-Pak Collision 3. Plea Against Arrest of Abdullah 4. Letter from Mridula Sarabhai to JP 5. Alleged Cases of Molestation of Women by Police in Kashmir Valley 6. Fact-Finding Party for Kashmir 7. JP`s Letter to Shastri 8. Letter to Pakistan President 9. Mridula`s Letter to JP 10. Mridula`s Letter to JP XI. AFTER INFILTRATION FROM PAKISTAN AND War : 1. Massive Infiltration in Kashmir 2. M Printed Pages: 300. Bookseller Inventory # 36055

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Title: J.P. on Jammu and Kashmir

Publisher: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd.

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardcover

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